Students Select Members of A-State's 2021 Homecoming Court
Those elected to the 2021 Homecoming Court who were present for the announcement Monday evening included (front, from left) Caroline Rose, Ellie Hoyt, Maddyson Lamb, Jordan Matthews, Haley Hill and Molly Grace Williams; (back) Kayne Wilson, Izzeldin “Izzo” Ahmed, Quinton Sanders and Tyler Holmes. Larry Turner is not pictured.
JONESBORO – Members of Arkansas State University's 2021 Homecoming Court were introduced during campus activities Monday evening.
Online voting for queen and king will be Thursday. Winners will be announced during the Homecoming Court presentation ceremony Saturday at A-State's game with Appalachian State in Centennial Bank Stadium.
Members of the Homecoming Court who are finalists for queen, with hometown, classification, major, sponsor and parents are:
-- Haley Hill of Monticello, senior K-12 special education major, nominated by Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. Her parents are Jay Hill and Cristal Langley of Monticello.
-- Ellie Hoyt of Poplar Bluff, Mo., a senior strategic communications major, nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Her parents are Jim and Denise Hoyt of Poplar Bluff.
-- Maddyson Lamb of Imboden, a junior exercise science major, nominated by Kappa Sigma fraternity. Her parents are Andrew Lamb of Imboden and Natalie Lamb of Jonesboro.
-- Jordan Matthews of Maumelle, a senior communication disorders major, nominated by Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Her parents are Clarence and Alyssa Matthews of Maumelle.
-- Caroline Rose of Jonesboro, senior business management major, nominated by Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Her parents are Stephen and Alicia Rose of Jonesboro.
-- Molly Grace Williams of Piggott, a senior communication disorders major, nominated by the A-State chapter of Ducks Unlimited. Her parents are Mayor Travis and Shannon Williams of Piggott.
Members of the Homecoming Court who are finalists for king, with hometown, classification, major, sponsor and parents are:
-- Izzeldin “Izzo” Ahmed of Tuti, Sudan, a junior biological sciences and chemistry major, nominated by the Honors College Association. His mother is Sawsan Mousa of Sudan.
-- Tyler Holmes of Little Rock, a senior marketing major, nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. His parents are Russ and Cathy Holmes of Little Rock.
-- Quinton Sanders of Jonesboro, a senior marketing major, nominated by the A-State chapter of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. His parents are Darryl Sanders and Sonya Sanders of Jonesboro.
-- Larry Turner of North Little Rock, a junior biological sciences and pre-med major, nominated by Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. His parents are Monika Turner and Sammy Turner of North Little Rock.
-- Kayne Wilson of Paragould, a senior biological sciences pre-professional major, nominated by Phi Delta Theta fraternity. His parents are Tim Wilson and Carla Jones of Paragould.
Little Miss and Mister A-State
Lilly Wiggins, daughter of Dr. Mark and Sandra Wiggins, will be Little Miss A-State.
Landry Nunnally, son of Michael and Lauren Nunnally, will be Little Mister A-State.
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